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Valentin
Evgen'evich Dubovskoi

Russia • 1877−1931

Biography and information

(1877, St. Petersburg — 1931, Moscow) - Russian architect, made a peculiar contribution to the architecture of Moscow at the beginning of the 20th century. He created his own interpretation of the modern style, which in the projects of the 1910s combined with the original transcription of the motives of Gothic and Romanesque architecture. For Dubovsky's work, stylized castles, knights and pseudo-heraldic animals, clear reminiscences of the Middle Ages, are characteristic.

Designed and built only profitable apartment buildings.

1907-1909 Profitable House Ya. M. Filatov, Moscow, Ostozhenka Str., 3

1909 Profitable house of M. O. Epshteyn, Moscow, B. Afanasyevsky Lane, 36

1911 Profitable house E. Kanfel, Moscow, Sadovaya-Triumfalnaya st., 12

1912 Profitable house of M. O. Epshteyn, Moscow, Gusyatnikov per., 11

1913. Profitable house of brothers P. and N. Stulovakh, Moscow, M. Znamensky per., 8

1913 Profitable House, Moscow, Agricultural Lane, 12

1914 Profitable house, Moscow, st. Pokrovka, 31

1914 The Profitable House of I.S. Kalmeer, Moscow, ul. Cook, 20

1915. Profitable house A. Yukina, Moscow, B. Afanasyevsky per., 33

1926 Building of MOGES, Moscow, 10 Raushskaya nab.

After 1917, the architect was involved in the implementation of the GOELRO plan. He worked as head of the construction department of MOGES.

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